Caitlyn Kirby

A Year of Firsts
Academics

A Year of Firsts

By Caitlyn Kirby  Her dad dropped out in eighth grade. Her mom did the same her freshman year. Neither of her parents made it past the first year of high school, but for Alyssa Barton, her freshman year was one of positive change.  More than 20 students in Delta’s 2022-2023 senior class will be first…

Delta→Nasa
Academics, Features

Delta→Nasa

“That’s one small step for [a] man, one giant leap for mankind.”       — Astronaut Neil Armstrong on July 20, 1969 after being the first human to step foot on the moon. By Caitlyn Kirby Edward (Ed) Krzemienski and Neil Armstrong have two things in common: their love for rocket science and their willingness to take…

Three Difficult Years
Features

Three Difficult Years

By Caitlyn Kirby  Outside of the building, his phone rings every hour with another thing that needs to be handled. When he is at home, it’s hard to keep his school life separate.  But during school hours, he has the opposite problem. He rarely feels connected enough with students.  Mr. Christopher Conley says that the…

Megan Hiday Continues to Fight the Battle With Cancer
Features, News

Megan Hiday Continues to Fight the Battle With Cancer

By Caitlyn Kirby  After being diagnosed with cancer 10 months ago, senior Megan Hiday continues to fight the battle. Her days are filled with regular trips to and from the hospital, recovering from long and painful surgeries, and finding ways to distract herself.  Megan was diagnosed with CIC Dux4 Sarcoma on Dec.1, 2021. She is…

Off-Campus Homecoming Dance
Features, News

Off-Campus Homecoming Dance

By Caitlyn Kirby After being denied a semi-formal homecoming dance for the past three years by Principal Chris Conley, juniors Layna Bowman and Jazlyn Caldwell decided to have their own dance that is separate from the school.  Bowman and Caldwell originally got the idea from senior Kaylee Kern, who had heard that students at other…

A Special Surprise
Features, News

A Special Surprise

  By Caitlyn Kirby The website FiveThirtyEight reports that almost 60 percent of Americans choose to know the gender of their child before birth. The rest stick to buying gender neutral clothes, toys and nursery items.  They have no gender reveal and everyone is left on the edge of their seats. Two teachers at Delta…

Time to Move On
Features, Seniors

Time to Move On

By Caitlyn Kirby Sibling relationships go through many ups and downs, but when it comes time for them to be separated, they find reasons to like each other. Many Delta seniors will be leaving their younger siblings at Delta when they go off to college.  “There’s something special about a sibling relationship that’s just different…

Like Father, Like Son
Features, Seniors

Like Father, Like Son

By Caitlyn Kirby People pick up passions for many reasons, such as out of boredom, or to have something to show off, but this Delta senior has a passion that allows him to bond with his dad. Ian Renbarger has been playing electric guitar since seventh grade. Renbarger’s dad has been the rhythm/lead guitarist in…

Is Teaching Still a Profession of Interest?
Academics, Features

Is Teaching Still a Profession of Interest?

By Caitlyn Kirby      Teaching has been portrayed online as a job that demands much of your time with little pay, a career where the teacher’s approach of doing their job is picked apart by unsupportive parents.         A survey by the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education found that 19 percent of undergraduate-level…

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